Boone Success Story: Tracy Sasser

Tracy Sasser

By Hannah Robinson When Tracy Sasser was a young girl, around the age of 5, she had a “trick” that others would often point out: She could flutter her eyelids…

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Priority: Protein

From a weight loss surgery patient’s first visit in our office through every pre and post op visit, one of the main topics of discussion is protein. Are you getting…

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Emotional Health

Emotions play a significant role in weight management. Most people think of the psychological contributor – emotional eating – when it comes emotions and weight. There are also hormones involved…

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The Importance of Food Logging

Most people have a love/hate relationship with food logging. Some view it as cumbersome, time consuming, and simply difficult to remember to do. Others find it quite helpful, allowing them…

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Bariatric Friendly Summer Treats

Note: the following nutrition advice is intended for bariatric surgery patients. Hot summertime temperatures often lead us to crave cool summertime treats. After bariatric surgery, however, indulgences become very few…

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Independence Day Closures

Boone Health is always here to improve the health of the people and communities we serve, but some of our clinics and services will be closed for Independence Day on…

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There’s An App For That

By Emily Nusbaum, RN, IBCLC, Boone Family Birthplace When it comes to pregnancy and caring for a newborn, the amount of information you find on the internet can be almost…

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Spring Clean Your Pantry

Pantry Organization

By Kate Lohman, MS, RDN, LD Just like the rest of your house, the pantry is a great place to do some spring cleaning. Food items can slowly accumulate and…

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A Cape For A Supermom


By Madison Loethen When Dawn and Rodney Milford began preparing for marriage, one of their major discussions was children — a conversation which came as a surprise to some family…

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